Soulja Boy has just shared a new song he's made with Migos called "Yeen Heard." Soulja Boy and Migos go way back: they had a hit together back in 2013 with "We Ready," and they've been markedly influential on each other's styles over the years.
Soulja has used their flow so much he's practically the fourth Migo, and Migos have clearly been influenced by Soulja's particular brand of off-the-wall swag. Now they've reunited, over production from Southern synth-wizard Zaytoven.
"Yeen Heard" demonstrates that Soulja still has plenty of gas left in the tank, after almost a decade-long career, and his verses are as sloppily fun as ever. "Yeen heard that Soulja Boy get money on the d-low," he raps. When he tells you that "word around town is that Soulja going ham," it's hard to argue.
Migos' Quavo works his magic on the hook, rapping "yeen heard, yeen heard, yeen heard of this, put you up on the lingo lil' b—tch." As ever, Migos prove capable of turning the simplest refrain into a sticky line you won't get out of your head all week.
It's a new slang sensation—get ready to start saying "yeen heard" every other sentence for the rest of the summer.
Stream "Yeen Heard" in full below.